People are finding it increasingly difficult to have good
quality rest.


Rebecca Scott, a behavioural sleep medicine expert at the New York
Sleep Institute, told CBS that staying asleep is a big issue for
some individuals.


Because of this, Ms Scott said adults need to have a plan in place
to deal with any middle-of-the-night anxiety they may have to
face.


Continually looking at the alarm clock while lying in bed will not help people to nod off, as
it can actually stress them out to know how late or early it
is.


Ms Scott stated that visualisation can be used to help individuals
doze off, adding: "Think of a positive experience you had that day
or one thing that you're grateful for."


Being able to relax is vital if anyone wants to be able to fall
asleep and so everything possible should be done to prevent minds
from racing.


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